When was the last time you saw a cartoon that didn't look like Steven Universe's Down's baby? What new music has been released that wasn't a drowsy, wobbling-synth-and-808 lullaby-in-all-but-lyrics-and-marketing?
I'm sure you have examples, but I'd put damn good money that they aren't from one of the three or four corporate conglomerates that effectively own media as a concept. Even then, they have connections to people who work within that shrinking single-digit number of companies, in the guise of one of their "subsidiaries." Jaiden Dittfach, I bet, gets calls from AT&T's TimeWarner's Cartoon Network, or any number of Disney's Halloween costumes, asking her to guest-star on whatever demoralizing propaganda they have lined up to be released next month on their "we-can-ban-you-for-any-reason-because-fuck-you" streaming service(s).
Yes, all of this is rhetorical, even hyperbolic generalization, but tell me it's far from the truth, I dare you.